News: Eliza on TV, Upcoming Events, and Our Favorite “How To” Articles

Eliza was on TV Wednesday doing a foraging recipe demonstration (involving a failed attempt to use a hammer) and talking about a couple things happening this weekend with Grow Journey and the Swamp Rabbit Cafe & Grocery’s Holiday Flea Market on Saturday from 11am – 3pm.  If you’d like to see Eliza’s segment during Wednesday’s Studio 62 on the CW channel, here’s the video (may not load immediately):


The holiday flea is free to attend and there will be local vendors from all over the upstate. Eliza and Nathaniel will be at the Grow Journey booth selling variety seed packets and gift subscriptions from their fantastic organic & heirloom seed-of-the-month club, complete with expert assistance to make sure your thumb turns green.

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Photo Caption: ‘Spirit of Freedom’ is a David Austin rose that does well grown organically. It has great form, scent, and disease resistance.

As we say goodbye to 2014, we decided to compile a collection of our favorite “How To” articles to date. These include fantastic plants, innovative growing techniques, and efficient gardening hacks that make a garden shine. We hope they inspire your winter garden daydreams:

Gardening:

Plants:

Insects & Diseases:

Nature & Foraging:

Cooking:

 

We will also be selling Eliza’s urban homesteading classes. We have exciting news regarding these classes that you can expect to see more details about in January — make sure you’re on our newsletter so you don’t miss out:

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Eliza Lord

I'm a Greenville, SC native (the Appalachian foothills) who wears the hats of Greenville Master Gardener & Upstate Master Naturalist. I love to write about food and sustainability.

One thought on “News: Eliza on TV, Upcoming Events, and Our Favorite “How To” Articles”

  1. Mark Willis
    Twitter: marksvegplot
    - December 13, 2014 1:31 am

    Haha! I love the bit with the hammer! Hope your fingers are OK, Eliza. I think I’ll stick to purpose-made nut-crackers – it’s safer.
    Mark Willis´s last blog post ..Yes, the slugs are fine, thank you!

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